Charlotte Tate

July 27, 2012

Charlotte Tate is associate director of the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at Middlebury and an attendee of the German School in 1980. She says, "My Language School experience has remained instrumental in shaping my professional and personal life."

Alumni Q&A

July 27, 2012

When can I be sure that I'm fluent? How do I leverage my languages to find a job? The Alumni Panel answers your questions.

Christa Case Bryant

July 27, 2012

Journalist for the Christian Science Monitor, Case Bryant recommends, "Find where the world’s greatest need intersects with your greatest talent.” She studied at the School of Hebrew as a Kathryn Davis fellow this summer.

Charlotte Tate

July 27, 2012

Charlotte Tate is associate director of the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at Middlebury and an attendee of the German School in 1980. She says, "My Language School experience has remained instrumental in shaping my professional and personal life."

Alumni Q&A

July 27, 2012

When can I be sure that I'm fluent? How do I leverage my languages to find a job? The Alumni Panel answers your questions.

Christa Case Bryant

July 27, 2012

Journalist for the Christian Science Monitor, Case Bryant recommends, "Find where the world’s greatest need intersects with your greatest talent.” She studied at the School of Hebrew as a Kathryn Davis fellow this summer.

Stacey Kent – BA, Comparative Literature, Sarah Lawrence College

A language student who ended up becoming a multi-lingual world-touring jazz vocalist, Stacey Kent sings the praises of the Portuguese School: "I've spent four summers at the Language Schools studying various languages, but last summer was the first time I attended as a 'Level 1.' This was a daunting task—spending seven weeks studying a new language without knowing a single word beforehand. And yet, I could not have had a better summer! We learned quickly, and I left the course feeling extremely confident about the foundation that I've begun to build in this language. Not only is the teaching excellent, but the dedication and support from professors is immeasurable. It is their encouragement that helps you to hang in there."